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Old 28th May 2004, 11:22 PM
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[Fedora.us] (Updated) flash-plugin-7.0.25-1

http://macromedia.mplug.org
flash-plugin-7.0.25-1

Macromedia made a major new release of Flash Player 7, the browser
plugin for Mozilla, Firefox, Opera, and Konqueror. The site above has
been updated with apt/yum/urpmi repositories for your RPM convenience.
I could not find any release notes... but it seems to be better than
flash-plugin-6.0.81. Higher number is always better!

Except in golf.

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